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by Scott Bakker
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Scott Bakker is the recipient of a Canada Council for the Arts Fellowship, a Social Sciences and Humanities .
He is the author of five critically acclaimed novels, including the Prince of Nothing Trilogy, a series that Publisher’s Weekly calls a work of unforgettable power. Regardless, I would only recommend this book to people who have read Bakker's Prince of Nothing series, because I feel it is the only way to really understand where this book comes from. Trying to pick this up if you are looking for an easy read or after trying to find a facsimile of Philip K. Dick would probably be a mistake.
Richard Scott Bakker (born February 2, 1967, Simcoe, Ontario) is a Canadian fantasy author and frequent lecturer in the South Western Ontario university community. He grew up on a tobacco farm in the Simcoe area. In 1986 he attended the University of Western Ontario to pursue a degree in literature and later an MA in theory and criticism. Since the late 1990s, he has been attempting to elucidate theories of media bubbles and the intellectual alienation of the working class.
Neuropath by R. Scott Bakker crackles with energy, a thriller that presents a frighteningly plausible look into the future of neuroscience. I found this an outstanding read, as fascinating as it is original, with real science, real characters, and a relentless plot. On top of that, it raises some big, big questions about free will and the nature of the human mind. Douglas Preston, New York Times bestselling author of Blasphemy. At first I couldn't believe what I was reading, and that was scary, and then I could, and that was really scary.
NEUROPATH, by R. Scott Bakker, fit that description for me. I love Bakker’s Prince of Nothing series, and I firmly believe his writing-in terms of quality-is some of the best in the fantasy genre. With NEUROPATH, Bakker attempts to put his spin on the thriller genre. I really wanted to like this book. Seriously, I tried hard. It just didn't happen. NEUROPATH follows the PoV of Tom Bible, a Sometimes, no matter how much I like an author, their latest book ends up being a disappointment.
Scott Bakker ing 'But why?' at every damn turn, and Gary Wassner, who taught me, among so many other things, that complicated fathers were the best fathers of. All. Those who have been instrumental in finessing the book include Jon Wood at Orion Books, Barbara Berson at Penguin Canada, Roger Eichorn, Frank Cameron, Chris O'Brien, and Chris Viger at the University of Western . .
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But only when he gets near his ultimate target does he reveal the full horror of his plan. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied. Не удалось найти ни одного отзыва.
Anyway, it's fast paced, full of ideas that will give you pause, and grips you right from the start and doesn't let go. Fans of his other work will enjoy Neil, or the idea of Neil, if they enjoyed Kellhus, Conphas (my fav), or even Aurax/Aurang.